Words: Justin Ward / Photos: Justin Yee

Day two of has come and gone and I need to hurry if I want to get down to the park in time for . We’ll wrap up everything tomorrow but for here’s our quick recap for . was another great day in the park: more great food, more eclectic artists like any other day, and a closing set that truly floored me. It all started on the Panhandle stage.

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I ended up catching from afar and watched him command a large audience his Hendrix-esque approach.

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was incredible. The afrobeat coming from this core trio (with drummer and steel guitar backup) was the perfect mid-day for me and my crew. We were all grooving up front pretty hard. And sadly I missed it, but tveryone I talked to that went to said it was ill.

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brought trap to the mainstage and it’s pretty clear it’s no fad based on the crowd reaction I saw. People came to get down. Crowd was swaying hard.

were great, but also a bit meandering. Really intelligent that seemed a little too heady for the time. delivered a confident set ending their tour and really was one of the highlights of the day. “Ready, Able” was a personal highlight for sure. Great set all around.

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After I found myself in a completely opposite sonic experience known as . Wow. Really a powerhouse that I hadn’t fully expected out of them, and I was pleasantly surprised and stayed from the first note to the end. “Head Like a was definitely a throwback for me. Meanwhile Justin Yee was on the other end of the park watching the closing set…

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Day three awaits! Check out Justin Yee’s quick photo recap below with shots from , , , , , Yeah Yeah Yeah’s, Grizzly Bear and .


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